Jackson Takes 10-Round Decision
Sep. 10, 1996
INGLEWOOD, Calif. (AP) _ Julian Jackson, a former two-time WBC middleweight champion coming off a 13-month layoff, outpointed Leonardo Aguilar in a 10-round unanimous decision Monday night.
Jackson, 35, of Las Vegas, improved to 52-4, sweeping the judges' cards 96-94, 99-91 and 98-92. Aguilar, 28, a former Mexican heavyweight champion who now lives in Montebello, Calif., dropped to 15-2.
Jackson weighed 156 1/2 pounds. Aguilar weighed 157 3/4, dropping down from 198 two fights ago, a heavyweight victory in April.
On the undercard, Saul Duran, 130, Los Angeles, stopped Ramon Morales, 130, Mexico, in the seventh round to win the NABO junior lightweight title. Duran is 21-2 with 17 knockouts. Morales is 17-6.